Analysis of methods of carburizing of gears from heat-resistant steels
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Four methods of carburizing are compared with respect to the most significant factor, i.e., stability of maintenance of the specified parameters of carburized layer in hardening of gears from heat-resistant steels. The process advantages of vacuum carburizing (at low pressure) are shown.
Keywordsprocess atmosphere carburized layer gas ion and vacuum carburizing
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